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SCIENTIFIC REPORTS

Davidson and Knapp 2007 – Multiple Stressors and Amphibian Declines: Dual Impacts of Pesticides and Fish on Yellow-Legged Frogs

Knapp et al. 2007 – Removal of Nonnative Fish Results in Population Expansion of a Declining Amphibian (Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog, Rana Muscosa )

Vredenburg et al. 2007 – Concordant Molecular and Phenotypic Data Delineate New Taxonomy and Conservation Priorities for the Endangered Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog

Rachowicz et al. 2006 – Emerging Infectious Disease as a Proximate Cause of Amphibian Mass Mortality

Davidson 2004 – Declining Downwind: Amphibian Population Declines in California and Historical Pesticide Use

Knapp 2004 – Effects of Nonnative Fish and Habitat Characteristics on Lentic Herpetofauna in Yosemite National Park, USA

Fellers et al. 2004 – Pesticides in Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs ( Rana Muscosa ) From the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, USA

Vredenburg 2004 – Reversing Introduced Species Effects: Experimental Removal of Introduced Fish Leads to Rapid Recovery of a Declining Frog

Sparling et al. 2001 – Pesticides and Amphibian Population Declines in California, USA

 

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